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Apr 14

The Landry Hat: The Dallas Cowboys Should Draft a New Conditioning Coach


“With the 16th pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys select strength and conditioning coach (insert name here).” If things could only be so simple. Imagine a world where NFL teams could draft coaches the way they draft players. Oh, the possibilities. My vote would be to trade up for former Steelers’ head …

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Apr 05

Jerry Jones gets booed in his own building


When Cowboys owner Jerry Jones built a state-of-the-art stadium five years ago, he embarked on using it for big events unrelated to the NFL team he owns.  And he has; a Super Bowl, multiple college football games, and other activities have kept the building occupied on some of the 355 days per year when the …

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Mar 23

Mark Cuban: ‘NFL is 10 years from implosion’


Mark Cuban has a new opinion — that the NFL risks “implosion” because of greedy tactics. Via ESPN Dallas: “I think the NFL is 10 years away from an implosion,” Cuban said Sunday evening when his pregame conversation with reporters, which covered a broad range of topics, swayed toward football. “I’m just telling you, pigs …

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Mar 21

Concussion settlement should be moving forward “shortly”


Nearly seven months ago, the NFL’s concussion litigation was settled.  And the plaintiffs are still waiting for preliminary approval of the agreement to come from Judge Anita Brody. In their first effort to secure Judge Brody’s blessing, the lawyers failed to persuade her that the $765 million package would provide sufficient funds to compensate every …

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Mar 17

LewPBlog:Dallas Cowboys sign QB Brandon Weeden to two-year contract.


The Cowboys added a quarterback to the roster, reaching agreement with Brandon Weeden on a two-year contract, multiple sources confirmed. Weeden, who also talked with Baltimore and Cincinnati last week, will make $570,000 in 2014 and $660,000 in 2015. Cleveland, the team that released him earlier this month, still owes Weeden $2.1 million in guaranteed …

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Mar 13

BTB: Cowboys Free Agency 2014: This Was The Plan All Along For The Cowboys

NFL: Dallas Cowboys-Training Camp

  The release of sack master DeMarcus Ware by Dallas resulted in shock and amazement. It shouldn’t have, since the blueprint for this offseason has been openly discussed by certain people for some time now. It’s all going according to plan. You may not like the plan. You may have been completely unaware of the …

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Mar 11

Miles Austin out in Dallas


Defensive end DeMarcus Ware wasn’t the only longtime member of the Cowboys to part ways with the franchise on Tuesday. Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News reports that wide receiver Miles Austin will also be dropped from the roster. The move will save the Cowboys $5.5 million under the salary cap, but those savings …

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Mar 06

BTB: Anthony Spencer: The Forgotten ‘Rushman’

NFL: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Dallas Cowboys

With all the attention on a pay cut for DeMarcus Ware and the (slim) chances of re-signing Jason Hatcher, plus the Aaron Donald ‘fever’ that is sweeping Cowboys Country, often overlooked is the possibility of Anthony Spencer returning to Dallas for 2014. Often underestimated by the fans and media during his time in Dallas, Anthony …

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Mar 05

The Sports Bank.net: ESPN hires new on-air talent Britt McHenry, a Northwestern grad


Britt McHenry, a graduate of the Northwestern Medill School of Journalism, has joined ESPN as a Washington, D.C.-based bureau reporter. She will appear on SportsCenter, Outside the Lines and programs like NFL Live and Baseball Tonight. She starts on St. Patrick’s Day. Coincidental, given her Irish surname. Britt McHenry leaves* ABC7/WJLA-TV (since 2010) and News …

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Mar 05

Emmitt Smith & Jerry Jones Address The Coaching Heirarchy In Dallas

NFL: Super Bowl XLVIII-Celebrities on Radio Row

  To the outsider, the chain of command in Dallas may seem to be more than a little confusing, but that’s just the way that Jerry Jones likes it. His former running back sees things differently. For the record, the Dallas Cowboys have on their current coaching staff a head coach, an assistant head coach …

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